Series: Battle Angel Alita

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Battle Angel Alita, Volume 1: Rusty Angel by Yukito Kishiro1
Battle Angel Alita, Volume 2: Tears of an Angel by Yukito Kishiro2
Battle Angel Alita, Volume 3: Killing Angel by Yukito Kishiro3
Battle Angel Alita, Volume 4: Angel of Victory by Yukito Kishiro4
Battle Angel Alita, Volume 5: Angel of Redemption by Yukito Kishiro5
Battle Angel Alita, Volume 6: Angel of Death by Yukito Kishiro6
Battle Angel Alita, Volume 7: Angel of Chaos by Yukito Kishiro7
Battle Angel Alita, Volume 8: Fallen Angel by Yukito Kishiro8
Battle Angel Alita, Volume 9: Angel's Ascension by Yukito Kishiro9

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  5. BLAME!, Vol. 1 by Tsutomu Nihei (1998)
  6. Blade of the Immortal, Book 01: Blood of a Thousand by Hiroaki Samura (1994)
  7. Eden: It's an Endless World!, Volume 3 by Hiroki Endo (1999)
  8. Ranma 1/2, Volume 02 by Rumiko Takahashi (1988)
  9. Gunsmith Cats Revised Edition, Volume 1 by Kenichi Sonoda (1996)
  10. Planetes, Book 1 by Makoto Yukimura (2001)
  11. 20th Century Boys, Volume 6: Final Hope by Naoki Urasawa (2001)
  12. Oh My Goddess: Terrible Master Urd by Kousuke Fujishima (1992)
  13. Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, Volume 1 by Hayao Miyazaki (1987)
  14. 3x3 Eyes: Curse of the Gesu by Yuzo Takada (1989)
  15. Ikigami: The Ultimate Limit, Volume 1 by Motoro Mase (2005)

Series description


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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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